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Spring eCommerce Event Recap

The past couple of months have been a whirlwind of activity for the Thinkwrap team as we traveled up and down the east coast representing Canadian eCommerce at top industry conferences and events.

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Thinkwrap is one of Canada's top tech companies – again!

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Top 5 Mobile Commerce Trends This Year

 

Mobile devices, and more importantly smartphones, are now owned by over 77% of North Americans, according to Pew Research Center's 2017 analysis. This gives companies a compelling reason to...

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Serious Tech Lives Here – Technata Career Fair

Last month we took part in the Discover Technata Career Fair, organized by the Kanata North BIA. Check out the event summary video below to get a first hand glimpse into what's happening around...

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What is SAP Hybris Marketing?

 

SAP Hybris Marketing is one of five front end components that helps companies better understand their customers and become more efficiently engaged with them across all channels and touchpoints.

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FREE Apr. 26 live event: Digital-Transformation – A New Business Strategy

 

In partnership with EXFO, SAP and the Créatech Group, we invite you to better understand the challenges of digital transformation as the foundation for an innovative business strategy at this...

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Thinkwrap Named Finalist for SAP Hybris Global Most Innovative Partner of the Year

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5 eCommerce features B2B must steal from B2C this year

 

B2B eCommerce is evolving fast, to the benefit of both brand and consumer. B2B eCommerce companies must adapt their user experience to meet changing buyer demands, and can look to B2C brands who...

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Online to Offline (O2O): Learning from innovative companies & China

When we think about how we can use our online stores and advertising to aid brick and mortar shops, we often think about email collection and "click to pick-up", but so much more can be done....

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HTTP vs HTTP/2

HTTP 1.0 is almost 20 years old. The 2015 introduction of HTTP/2 means that code has started to catch up to the modern age of web servers, commercial proxies and major content delivery networks.

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